Online Teaching Resources
As a continuation of the dialogue that begins in our workshops, the CiTE has compiled an eLibrary of online teaching resources to further aid both new and experienced teachers at Columbia College. There are abundant articles, examples and research to help us learn from the principles and practices of others as we develop our own approaches to the complex and demanding tasks of teaching. While we have tried to select focused, credible and helpful resources, none of these online documents should be read uncritically. They intend to encourage reflection and dialogue.
In the Classroom includes information on the nuts-and-bolts challenges of planning effective courses, beginning to teach, managing your classroom, teaching inclusively, teaching with technology and teaching for civic engagement.
Faculty Development includes documenting teaching, the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, evaluating teaching and learning and cv resources.
How Students Learn includes a variety of research on the different learning styles, and how we can best connect with our individual students.
Joining the National Conversation connects us with other institutions of higher learning, and how can we contribute to and learn from this wider dialogue.
This eLibrary will continually be updated, and we welcome your suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org to help keep it relevant and useful.